​​​​​Complimentary NEW PATIENT EXAM

 

CAT VACCINE PACKAGE $79:

  • Physical Exam- Nose-to-Tail
  • Rhinotracheitis
  • Chlamydia
  • Panleukopenia
  • Calici
  • Feline Leukemia
  • Annual Rabies (3-yr Rabies: $12 extra)
  • Fecal Parasite(outdoor cats only)

NO-Exam Vaccine Package: $50

(Only for healthy patients WE examined in last 3-mo)

RABIES: 

A fatal viral infection that causes inflammation of the brain in Dogs Cats, Humans and other mammals.   It is 100% fatal in animals once symptoms develop.  It is prevented by regular vaccination.  State law requires all dogs, cats and ferrets over the ager of 12-weeks to be vaccinated for rabies at all times.

DOG VACCINE PACKAGE $125:

  • Physical Exam- Nose-to-Tail
  • Distemper/Hepatitis/Parvo
  • Lepto-4
  • Bordatella
  • Parainfluenza
  • Canine Influenza(1st or Yearly)
  • Annual Rabies (3-yr Rabies: $12 extra)
  • Heartworm Test
  • Fecal Parasite Test (Dogs not on HW Prev.)

NO-Exam Vaccine Package: $99

(Only for healthy patients WE examined in last 3-mo)



VACCINATION

Ensure your pet is protected from infectious disease with our vaccination services.  Our vaccine protocols provide your pets with the most immunity possible to prevent them from getting sick, just like most people would want for any family member.  We believe a pet shouldn't have to suffer with a "mild case" of parvo, hepatitis or feline leukemia if vaccination will prevent it!

*FELINE RHINOTRACHEITIS:  is a very contagious upper respiratory tract infection caused by feline herpes virus.  Transmitted by both direct as well as indirect contact with saliva or eye/nasal discharge of infected cats.   The virus can lay dominant in the cat for weeks to years periodically causing corneal ulcers which can lead to blindness.  It is prevented by regular vaccination.


*FELINE CHLAMYDIA:  a bacterial infection that affects the respiratory tract, eyes, gastrointestinal system and the reproduction systems of animals. Cats experience standard upper respiratory tract symptoms, including sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, coughing, difficulty breathing, lack of appetite (anorexia), fever, and if left untreated, pneumonia.  It is prevented by yearly vaccination as immunity to bacterial infections is typically short lived.


* FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA: a viral intestinal infection that attacks the digestive tract causing vomiting & bloody diarrhea. It is transmitted by direct as well as indirect contact with infectious bodily fluids of a sick cat.  It is prevented by regular vaccination.


* FELINE CALICI VIRUS:  is a highly contagious virus that causes respiratory infections & mouth ulcers.  It is transmitted through direct contact with a saliva and respiratory secretions of an infected cat.  It is prevented by yearly vaccination.


* FELINE LEUKEMIA:  a viral infection that is the second leading cause of death in cats, killing 85% of persistently infected felines within 3-years of diagnosis. It is transmitted by exposure to an infected cat's saliva, blood, urine or feces.  Because cats are great "escape artist" & likely to get out of the home occasionally, we advised yearly vaccination.

* ​​CANINE DISTEMPER:  a viral infection of the gastrointestinal system, respiratory tract and the nervous system,   It is treated with hospitalization, supportive care but is often fatal.  It is prevented with regular vaccination   Some of the newer immunization schedules advocate vaccination once every 3-years but most vaccines are only FDA approved for yearly vaccination.  We recommend yearly vaccination for dogs that will travel outside of the home (ie. dog parks, neighborhood walks, kennels, etc.). 


* CANINE HEPATITIS:  is a viral infection of the liver that is spread in the feces, urine, blood, saliva, and nasal discharge of infected animals.  It is prevented with regular vaccination   Some of the newer immunization schedules advocate vaccination once every 3-years but most vaccines are only FDA approved for yearly vaccination.  We recommend yearly vaccination for dogs that will travel outside of the home (ie. dog parks, neighborhood walks, kennels, etc.). 


* CANINE PARVO VIRUS:  a highly contagious viral infection of the intestinal tractthat caused vomiting & bloody diarrhea.  It is prevented with regular vaccination   Some of the newer immunization schedules advocate vaccination once every 3-years but most vaccines are only FDA approved for yearly vaccination.  We recommend yearly vaccination for dogs that will travel outside of the home (ie. dog parks, neighborhood walks, kennels, etc.). 


* PARAINFLUENZA:  a highly contagious viral respiratory infection that is a common cause of infectious tracheobronchitis (ie. Kennel Cough)  It is transmitted through airborne & direct contact with respiratory secretions of infected dog.  It is prevented with annual vaccination.


* CANINE LEPTOSPIROSIS:  is a bacterial infection spread in the urine of infected wildlife to both pets and people through contact with urine. The bacteria can also survive in lakes and streams.  As Central Florida is the "Land of Lake" many lake are contaminated. We recommend all dogs be vaccinated yearly for this potentially fatal disease.


* BORDATELLA:  an airborne bacterial infection transmitted by exposure to respiratory secretions from coughing dogs.  As this can be spread through the air & by direct contact we recommend yearly vaccination for dogs that will travel outside of the home (ie. dog parks, neighborhood walks, kennels, etc.).


* CANINE INFLUENZA:  a highly contagious  airborne viral respiratory infection caused by a strain of the Avian Flu(H3N2).  The virus can survive outside the body for up to 2-days and can be spread by contact with contaminated objects.  Dogs have no natural immunity.  Once exposed, 80% of dogs will get sick.    Dogs are contagious for 1-week BEFORE symptoms develop and symptoms can last up to 30-days.  Since its arrival in Central Florida in the Spring of 2017, we recommend all dogs be vaccinated yearly.